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Explore Orchardton Tower

Located in the Dumfries and Galloway region of Scotland is a fascinating structure known as Orchardton Tower. Although there are numerous free-standing tower houses throughout Scotland, Orchardton Tower is unique in that it is the only one that is circular. It is also quite complete and makes for an interesting attraction for those travelling in the area.

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The Beauty of Geilston Garden

From April to October the Geilston Garden welcomes visitors who come to marvel at the beauty of their floral displays and seek its tranquility. Located just outside of Glasgow, in Cardross, the Geilston Garden combines beauty and history for everyone to enjoy. The garden was established approximately two hundred years ago and has stood the test of time, continuing inspiring and amazing its visitors. Walking through this breathtaking color and fragrance extravaganza is a recommended attraction while in Scotland.

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New Nessie Discovery in Archives

In the year 1933 a sighting took place that would forever change the public view of Loch Ness. Located just outside the city of Inverness, the deep and dark waters of the Loch Ness have remained shrouded in mystery after it became public knowledge that a monster had been seen in the Loch Ness. Ever since that moment, Nessie, as the Loch Ness Monster is often referred to, has sparked debate, monster hunts and legends that are still retold today. But an interesting exhibition has revealed the fact that the police believed there was truth to the story.

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Visiting Stranraer

The region of The Rhinns of Galloway is located in the most western area of Scotland, and is the location of the fascinating town of Stranraer. For years the town has been viewed as nothing more than a very busy seaport, but the great variety of historical attractions and activities in Stranraer makes it a destination worth visiting. It might be a little off the beaten track when it comes to popular Scotland destinations, but it is a town that deserves exploration as it is home to unique attractions and many noteworthy sites.

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Sueno’s Stone in Forres

In Forres of Scotland is a wonderful attraction that is a significant historical site. The Sueno’s Stone was found buried, and its discovery has opened new doors into the past of Scotland. Its exact reason for creation is still being speculated upon, even though three plausible theories exist. To protect this wonderful stone from the elements, it is encased in a large glass structure. The Sueno’s Stone attracts thousands of visitors each year, who come to marvel at this ancient monument and its detailed engravings.

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Ardnadam Heritage Trail

Many visitors to Scotland prefer to explore the magnificence of Scotland on foot, especially when discovering the beauty of its countryside and breathtaking landscapes. Walking and hiking routes are located throughout Scotland. Trails, such as the Ardnadam Heritage Trail, offer visitors stunning natural beauty, picturesque views and a trail that is easy to navigate without being in a superb fitness condition. The Ardnadam Heritage Trail is an attraction in Scotland that is recommended to visitors, as it is an unforgettable journey into the highlands and a unique look at the history of this region.

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A Visit to Plockton

It is quiet outside your bedroom window. The only sound filling the crisp morning air is that of wild coastal birds and the roar of the ocean tides. Loch Carron flows and changes silently as fishermen and boats make their way over its waters. When waking up to picturesque scenes like these, it can only mean that you are in one of the most breathtaking villages in Scotland, namely Plockton. Its history is that of prosperity and downfall, but the village has managed to survive and is today a popular historical attraction in Scotland.

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Corrie Fee National Nature Reserve

The massive Cairngorms National Park is one of the most significant parks in Scotland due to its magnificent wildlife. It is also home to no less than nine Nature Reserves, with the Corrie Fee National Nature Reserve being one of them. The reserve is owned by Scottish National Heritage and is famous for being one of the best sites in the United Kingdom to view arctic-glacial plants. Not only is it filled with rare and spectacular plant life, but it boasts a collection of wildlife and bird species to match.

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